BUSINESS AND THE
JAMES N. CRAFT
Entries are arranged in chronological order by date of primary source. For entries with one primary source, the entry title is the same as the primary source title. Entries with more than one primary source have an overall entry title, followed by the titles of the primary sources.
CHRONOLOGYImportant Events in Business and the Economy, 1900–1909 … 67
PRIMARY SOURCESPreliminary Report of the United States Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1902
United States Steel Corporation, 1902… 70
Anthracite Coal Strike Commission,
Ida M. Tarbell, 1904 … 79
Industrial Workers of the World, January
James Bronson Reynolds and Charles P.
Neill, June 4, 1906 … 88
The Abuses of Organized Labor and Their
Frederick R. Boocock, October 17, 1906
"Free Press and Free Speech Invaded by
Injunction Against the A.F. of L.: A
Review and Protest"
Samuel Gompers, February 1908
Teofilo Petriella, November 26,
From the Directors of the Standard Oil
Company to Its Employees and
James A. Moffett, August 1907
Statement in Answer to the Allegations of
the Standard Oil Company Regarding Its
Conviction at Chicago.
Herbert Knox Smith, October 11,
"Over Four Hundred Men Entombed by
Explosion at Darr Mine"; "Only Six
Bodies Recovered at Darr"
United Press, December 20, 1907;
December 21, 1907
Darr Mine Rescue Team at Van Meter,
Anonymous, December 19, 1907
Ford Motor Company, 1908 … 109
Home Market Club, 1909? … 114
Frederick Winslow Taylor, 1911… 118
U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1913 … 122
William D. Haywood, 1929 … 130